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" ... unreasonable passions. They will not be hasty in their judgments, capricious in their tempers, or narrow in their opinions. Every wrong bias will be taken from their wills, and the imperfections which now render them less amiable, will be removed.... "
A Sermon Delivered November 26, 1808: At the Interment of the Rev. Thomas ... - Page 17
by John Andrews - 1808 - 31 pages
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The Methodist Magazine: For the Year ... ; Being a Continuation of The ...

John Wesley, George Story - Christianity
...render them less amiable, will be removed. Our hearts shall never more ache for their troubles, or feel anguish on their account. They will be past all...all pains. They will appear in finished dignity and honour, after the education and discipline of this world, and be endowed with every excellence which...
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The mourner comforted; or, extracts consolatory on the loss of friends

Thomas Lape - Consolation - 1849 - 187 pages
...render them less amiable, will be removed. Our hearts shall never more ache for their troubles, or feel anguish on their account. They will be past all...follies, and eased of all pains. They will appear in * Rev. xxi. 27. f Rev. zxi. 4. finished dignity and honor, after the education and discipline of this...
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Clara Harrington

Clara Harrington (fict.name.) - 1852
...world, says, — ' Our hearts shall never more ache for their troubles, or feel anguish for their cares. They will be past all storms, cured of all follies, and eased of all pains. They * See Dissertations (Third) by Dr. Ricbard Price, in which will be found many of the thoughts expressed...
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The heavenly world, views of the future life by eminent writers, compiled by ...

Godfrey Holden Pike - 1880
...now render them less amiable, will be removed. Our hearts shall nevermore ache for their troubles, or feel anguish on their account. They will be past all...all pains. They will appear in finished dignity and honour, after the education and discipline of this world, and be endowed with every excellence which...
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